The 2013 DesignVision winners announced at DesignCon
With its High-Definition Oscilloscope, Teledyne LeCroy combined its HD4096 (http://www.edn.com/electronics-products/electronic-product-releases/test-measurement/4399040/Teledyne-LeCroy-Debuts-HDO-High-Definition-Oscilloscope-with-12-Bit-ADC-Providing-16-Times-More-Resolution) high-definition technology with long memory and powerful debug tools.
The 'scope consists of high-sample-rate 12-bit ADCs, high signal-to-noise ratio amplifiers and a low-noise system architecture. This technology allows the HDOs to capture and display signals of up to 1 GHz with high sample rate and 16 times more resolution than other 8-bit oscilloscopes. The high-sample-rate 12-bit ADCs provide high-resolution sampling at up to 2.5 GSamples/s.
In addition, high-performance input amplifiers deliver very high signal fidelity with a 55dB signal-to-noise ratio that delivers a pristine signal to the ADC to be digitized. The low-noise signal architecture ensures that nothing interferes with the captured signal. Waveforms are cleaner and crisper and signal details often lost in the noise are clearly visible and easy to distinguish. HDOs deliver as-yet unmatched measurement precision for improved debug and analysis.
Teledyne LeCroy delivers the goods again! Kudos.